This coding compliance plan webinar teaches how to code, report, and document accurately and compliantly for CPT and HCPC modifiers. This applies to all specialties and all environments. The codes are applicable to outpatient, inpatient, office and surgical procedures.
In this webinar you will learn how to do coding with modifiers and all modifier guidelines. Modifiers create clear, concise communications between the provider and payer, and are essential to the coding process. This webinar uses real-life modifier scenarios and medical records to guide correct CPT® and HCPCS modifier usage. This webinar will provide guidance on how and when to use modifiers in order to avoid costly payment delays and denials.
Why Should You Attend:
Modifiers are essential for getting optimal reimbursement. In this webinar you will learn:
Distinguish between CPT modifiers and HCPCS modifiers.
This Webinar will help you determine when and if a modifier is required.
Apply the guidelines to determine the best, most appropriate modifier.
Append multiple modifiers in the proper sequence.
Identify circumstances that require a supplemental report.
Avoiding Duplicate Denials When Billing with Modifier 76
Proper billing and coding compliance strategies, billing of the Same Surgical Procedure Code Multiple Times on the Same Day
Clarification on the Use of Modifier 22
Modifier 32 Mandated Services (Help Prevent a Redetermination Request)
Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs) and Modifier 50
Important Information on Modifiers 54 and 55
Areas Covered in this Webinar:
In this 90 Minute Webinar you will Learn.
A modifier is a two-character code that affects the meaning of another code; a code addendum that provides more meaning to the original code.
Modifiers covered will include:
Modifier 22 Usage
Modifier 23 Usage
Modifier 24 Usage
Modifier 25 Usage
Modifier 26 Usage
Modifier 47 Usage
Modifier 50 Usage
Modifier 51 Usage
Modifier 52 Usage
Modifier 53 Usage
Modifier 54 Usage
Modifier 55 Usage
Modifier 57 Usage
Modifier 58 Usage
Modifier 59 Usage
Modifier 62 Usage
Modifier 66 Usage
Modifier 73 Usage
Modifier 74 Usage
Modifier 76 Usage
Modifier 77 Usage
Modifier 78 Usage
Modifier 79 Usage
Modifier 90 Usage
Modifier 91 Usage
Modifier 92 Usage
Modifier 99 Usage
Learn specific examples how to use modifiers to report services and procedures accurately and effectively.
With the 2015 implementation of ICD-10, proper documentation will be more important than ever. This sixty-minute Webinar will provide a wealth of information concerning documentation for a wide variety of procedures and environments.
In addition to the code for the specific procedure or service provided to the patient, there might be times when you will have to apply a modifier. Modifiers are two-character codes that add clarification and additional details to the procedure code’s original description, as listed in the main portion of the CPT book. At times, the modifier provides necessary explanation to the third-party payer that directly relates to the reimbursement that the facility or physician will receive.
Who Will Benefit:
ICD-10 implementation team
Jeff has two coding certifications: the Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) certified professional coder for physician (outpatient) reimbursement and the AAPC certified professional coder for hospital (inpatient) reimbursement. Jeff has been a certified coder since 1999.
Jeff has the unique combination of twenty years of experience, Medical Coding Certifications (CPC & COC), training experience (medical coding and billing) a strong background in databases and Information Systems, and an MBA in Finance.
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